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Infrared Photography vol. 1

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by LionSpeed, Sep 14, 2018 at 2:12 AM.

  1. LionSpeed

    LionSpeed Premium Member

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    Huntington Library, Pasadena
    Taken by Canon 30 D-Infra, 16-35mm (Pana shot)
    Thanks for looking!

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    Same shot, a little crop for close-up

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  3. MurrayMinchin

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    Very, very nice. For whatever reason, most digital infrared stuff I’ve seen seams lacking in some way. These look really good.
     
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    I just converted my old Olympus E-PL1 and am having a ball with it. I process in Lightroom and a standard setting is to increase Clarity and Dehaze to 40 each. Gives the pop that you want in both BW and IR.
     
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    I've been thinking about converting my X-E2s for quite a while, but there are choices that I don't want to get wrong. So I don't do it. :confused:
     
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    Prefer the first pic myself. Not a big fan of IR but every so often they look great to me.... this is one of those occasions ! :)
     
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    I have two XE1 cameras that are I converted. One is 656nm and other is Full Spectrum (FS) that was done recently. I need to experiment more with FS camera.
    I also have some old Nikon D70-720nm and D80-656nm cameras that I use but I now prefer the Fujis due to their lighter weight.

    IR photography is very dependent on your PP workflow and how you want your rendering.
     
  8. LionSpeed

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    Thank you all for your kind comments.
    Here's a the opposite side of that tea house.

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    Love the pagoda shot.
    I think that this view is better. ;)
     
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    Thank you.
    I'm sorry. These two are separate entities. I must have not been clear. This is a separate building (mainly for viewing inside), which lies on the opposite side of the pond. The first picture was actually a Tea House (mini restaurant if you will), where people can sit, drink tea & enjoy the garden.
     
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    I like the image in post #8 best but they are all very pleasing.
     

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